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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000566.txt from 1999/01

From: "Fernando Silveira" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Unaccompanied solo works
Date: Tue, 12 Jan 1999 21:02:32 -0500

You should listen Jonathan Cohler playing Osborne's piece. It is great!!

All the best

Fernando Silveira
Principal Clarinet - National Symphony - Brazil
Clarinet Professor - Rio de Janeiro University
(55)(21) 716-2248
-----Mensagem original-----
De: Noah A. Smith <>
Cc: Smith, Noah <>
Data: Terça-feira, 12 de Janeiro de 1999 22:19
Assunto: [kl] Unaccompanied solo works

>I am a clarinetist and college student. Because I'm not a
>music major, I
>have essentially no opportunity to play with an accompanist
>(and due to
>my academic schedule, no opportunity at this point to play
>in an
>ensemble). What I'm looking for is any music that is
>written for
>unaccompanied clarinet. Can anyone recommend anything, in
>any works from before the 20th century? (I worked on
>Stravinksy's Three
>Pieces and found them appropriately challenging but in all
>honestly and
>in my humble opinion they weren't terribly enjoyable pieces
>of music!)
>I've recently studied Willson Osborne's Rhapsody. Does
>anyone know of
>any quality recordings of this work?
>Any advice or suggestions will be appreciated!
>(Also, thanks to those who responded a few weeks ago to my
>about the bagpipes.)
>Noah A. Smith
>"I will survive. Hey hey."
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